# Evaluating Expressions with Exponents Worksheets

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Accelerate your learning to new heights with our evaluating expressions involving exponents worksheets. Our resources include a variety of exercises along with answer keys like finding the value of expressions with exponents and parentheses, comparing expressions with exponents, matching equivalent expressions, and finding the missing term. Let your practice begin with our free worksheets!

Learn to evaluate expressions containing single exponential notations with whole numbers up to 5 as powers and up to 10 as bases with these pdfs.

Exponents - Level 1 | Moderate

Unleash your potential with these moderate worksheets for evaluating expressions containing exponents with integer bases as one of their terms.

Offer practice to young learners in recognizing and evaluating expressions with two exponential notations and up to four operators with these printables.

Exponents - Level 2 | Moderate

Elevate your learning with this bundle of moderate-level exercises. Simplify the term with an exponent, and use the order of operations to figure out the value.

Expressions with Parentheses and Exponents - Easy

In these expressions with parentheses and exponents worksheets, evaluate the exponents within and outside the parentheses, and reduce the expression to a numerical value.

Expressions with Parentheses and Exponents - Moderate

Watch your evaluating-expressions skills soar with this compilation covering expressions with 2 or 3 operators, one pair of parentheses, and an exponential notation!

Expressions with Parentheses and Exponents - Difficult

Practice solving operations within one or two pairs of parentheses, then apply the order of operations to evaluate the rest and find the numerical value.

Comparing Two Expressions with Exponents

Determine if two expressions are equivalent in part A, compare two expressions using <, >, and = symbols in part B, and match the equivalent expressions in part C in this set of evaluating expressions with exponents worksheets.

Rearrange the equation to isolate the missing term as the subject, do the simplification, and solve for the unknown number.